Defective Toys, Cribs Or Clothing Can Cause Serious Injuries

Parents worry endlessly about the safety and health of their children. When they must worry about objects specifically made for children, their concern will likely reach frightening levels. If your child was injured by a defective toy or household product, discuss your case and options for monetary recovery with an experienced personal injury attorney.

With more than 100 years of combined legal experience, the attorneys at The Law Offices of Goldfine & Bowles, P.C., are ready to help. Products can become dangerous if they are poorly designed or poorly manufactured. Children can suffer serious cuts, broken bones or even suffocation based on the design flaws of the product. If your child was injured, do not hesitate to schedule a free consultation at any of our convenient offices.

Offices In Peoria And Bloomington, Illinois, For Your Convenience

While the list of dangerous products is almost never-ending, our firm is prepared to represent you in cases centering on:

  • Toys
  • Food
  • Bedding
  • Clothing
  • Medicine
  • Safety equipment
  • Electronics
  • Furniture
  • Games

Children can get hurt while playing with nearly anything - whether inside the house, at school, at a playground or while simply running around in a park. When the injury is caused by a defective toy or poorly designed product, there is no excuse for it. Allow our lawyers to hold these manufacturers accountable for their negligence. Through a product liability lawsuit, it is our goal to recover the full and fair monetary compensation you are owed.

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Our firm can be reached by phone or through our convenient email system. Call 309-740-9218 (800-409-1615 toll free) to discuss your case with an attorney for defective children's products.

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